The migraine and headache brain is overactive and hyper-alert. and requires sodium apressure drops!
Your brain needs more sodium when the pressure drops!
We mainly get potassium from food that needs to be digested and then distributed in our bodies.
Your brain needs to remove water when the pressure is rising
Dehydration can trigger headaches - which is especially important during changing barometric pressure, as the body needs more water to compensate for any fluids lost
grab your electrolyte infused water
Exercise can help reduce the frequency and intensity of headaches by increasing blood flow to the head and releasing endorphins
Pro Tip: Exercise indoors when the pressure is changing!
avoiding unnecessary stress during weather changes is important! Stress and tension can contribute to the development of headaches on their own
Find a way to de-stress and relax when pressure changes